Grant Bronsdon | Lookout Landing: Mariners prospect Logan Gilbert will be called up and make his major league debut Thursday. Gilbert is ranked 28th by MLB Pipeline and is Seattle’s second-best pitching prospect behind Emerson Hancock.
Eric Stephen | True Blue LA: Dodgers corner infielder Edwin Ríos has a torn labrum and will require season-ending surgery. Ríos had a chance to cement himself on LA’s bench this season, but he never quite got going. When he was placed on the injured list, he was in the middle of an 0-for-32 slump.
Scott Coleman | Talking Chop: Mike Soroka will have exploratory surgery on his achilles tendon. Soroka was originally supposed to be ready by the end of April, but now it’s unlikely that Soroka will be able to play at all this season.
Gerrit Cole struck out 12 batters in 8 innings Wednesday night. He has now struck out 56 batters since the last time he walked one.
Gerrit Cole has 56 strikeouts since his last walk— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) May 13, 2021
That's tied for the most consecutive strikeouts without issuing a walk since the mound was moved to its current distance in 1893 (!!!)
Tied with a May-June 2002 Curt Schilling stretch
Miguel Cabrera became the all-time Venezuelan-born hits leader.
In honor of @MiguelCabrera becoming the All-Time Venezuelan-Born Hits leader tonight, I have created an interactive timeline detailing the Venezuelan-Born hit leaders since the debut of Ãlex Carrasquel in 1939.— Greg Harvey (@BetweenTheNums) May 13, 2021
Check out and see all of the Venezuelan greats in MLB history pic.twitter.com/HPZR9JEu8Z
Jesús Aguilar hit his second home run in two days to help the Marlins to a 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks. Aguilar is now hitting .291/.377/.581 for a 157 wRC+ on the season.
JESUS HAVE MERCY pic.twitter.com/x89B5VBIFq— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) May 13, 2021